Emoji lovers have good reason to install iOS 14.2 soon. The update adds the annual dose of new emoji to the keyboard of your iPhone and iPad.
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iOS 14.2 adds 117 new emoji
The iOS 14.2 emoji being added are part of ‘Emoji 13.0’, which was approved and modified by Apple earlier this year. In total, the update adds no fewer than 117 new figures. This includes the same emoji with different skin colors.
Emojipedia mapped the entire collection. Compared to earlier this year, Apple has added a ‘smiling face with a tear’ and ‘pacifier emoji’. Additionally, a dodo, boomerang, army helmet, toothbrush and more are added. In addition to the emoji that Apple already showed on ’emoji day’ in July, the new ones are shown below.
iOS 14 makes emoji search easier
With 117 new emoji soon to be added to your keyboard, it is getting harder to find the one you are looking for. Fortunately, Apple has also recognized that: since iOS 14, a handy emoji search function has been released. In it you can enter a keyword directly from the standard iPhone keyboard to find the corresponding emoji.
It is not yet clear when iOS 14.2 will be released, but it seems that the software will run on the iPhone 12 models by default. With a likely reveal on October 13, we may not have to wait long for these emoji to become available. According to Emojipedia, all these new emoji will also become a standard part of macOS 11 Big Sur as soon as this major annual update for the Mac comes out.
While we still have to wait for the emoji of 2020, we are already working hard on the new emoji that will be added in 2021. We recently got a first preview of that. With, among other things, a sighing emoji and face in the fog, no fewer than 217 new variants are waiting for us in 2021.
Also read: iOS 14.2 Beta: These 4 innovations are coming to iPhone soon
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